Do chicks have a language? I mean, do their different peeps and sounds mean different things? I'm sure they do...so what I'm asking, I guess, is if anyone knows or can point me to a website about translating a chick's peeps and sounds? My chicks have so many different peeps and noises they make, I'm trying to figure out what each of them means. For instance, I KNOW when they are playing the grab and chase game, even if I can't see them...by the peeps, more like the volume and frequency of the peeps. I also know when one specific chick is distressed somewhat...at least, that's my understanding. When I take Athena out for some baby chick mommy human time, there is one chick who cheeps REALLY loud, and the cheep is drawn out with a few seconds in between each cheep. As soon as I return Athena to the brooder, the chick making the noise stops. Then there's another sound they make...I can only say it's kinda like cooing I guess? It sounds like a purr from a cat, only with the cheep-like tone to it. Have no idea what they make that sound for. Anyway, if anyone knows how I can "translate" the peeps chirps and noises, I'd be very thankful!